Every Formula 1 fans has questions about the sport, and they all want to feel a little closer to the action. An Audience with Joe gives you the opportunity to do just that.
The next audience will be held on Friday,June 8, at the Pub St Paul, 124 rue St-Paul Est, Vieux-Montréal, Québec H2Y 1G2. The event will run from 7pm-11.00pm and a buffet dinner will be served mid way through the evening. Tickets cost CAD$ 60 per head. Drinks will be available at normal bar rates.
The event will allow F1 fans to ask one of the sport’s most experienced journalists, who has not missed a race in 24 years, anything they like about the world of Grand Prix racing. There are only a limited number of tickets available in order to ensure that all the fans have the chance to get answers to their questions.
This is what the fans of previous Audiences with Joe have thought about the event:
“Just got back from the evening – which was absolutely excellent. Joe was on sparkling form and massively entertaining – and at nearly three hours of talking, you certainly got your money’s worth! Joe’s answers to the audience’s questions were always funny, insightful, and on many occasions highly revealing. There was time for a number of the people in the audience, including me, to ask multiple questions – which was wonderful. Whatever he was asked he had an entertaining view and, more to the point, a lot of insider evidence to support it.” – Bostonracing.
“Good fun. Very enjoyable evening indeed.” – Leigh O’Gorman.
“Great evening, thanks very much Joe for making my Dad’s 70th birthday present exactly what he wanted, a thoroughly engaging evening about F1.” – Roy Knaggs.
“It did indeed go very well – past 11 p.m. and there were still questions and much discussion.” – Canehan.
“Just wanted to say that we all had a wonderful evening. If Spa is an option then I’d not think twice about doing it again. Great to meet you and I look forward to delving into The Grand Prix Saboteurs.” – Bassano.
“A superb evening, with great stories and frank opinions. It just didn’t seem long enough.” – Gilles Villeneuve Fan.